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CRYSTAL FLEUR DE NEIGE BRACELET LALIQUE :
CRYSTAL FLEUR DE NEIGE BRACELET LALIQUE, Inspired by The Snow Maiden Opera by Nikolai Rimski-Korsakov (1882), Fleur de Neige is presented in collaboration with Opéra national de Paris.
Fleur de Neige is sculpted in openwork pearly crystal. The pattern is inspired by the snowdrop that flourishes in late winter landscapes covered with melting snow. This flower motif is offered as a bas-relief medallion with a beaded accent or as a six-petal design to wear as a floral talisman.
♦ LALIQUE FRANCE :
R. Lalique evokes the brilliance of jewellery, the wonder of transparency, and the brilliance of crystal. Before it became a brand name, it was the name of a man, an artist of genius, René-Jules Lalique and of his heirs who shared his creative flame.
The bustling and euphoric period of the 1920’s was characterized by an intense and carefree appetite for life filled with elegance, luxury and merriment. This desire for change touched all artists seeking a new style and a break from the past. This led them toward the refined geometric lines of the Art Deco style. René LALIQUE became the uncontested master of this period which received its affirmation at the Decorative Arts Exhibition in Paris in 1925.